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' A Man May Be Down [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
' A Man May Be Down Abraham Lincoln was a man he ran for the Legislain Illinois, and was defeated, i entered business, failed, and H seventeen yea,rs paying his debts ■ *Fe was engaged to a beautiful »ung woman—she died. ■Entering politics again, he ran for ■jagress, and was again defeated. then tried to get an appointin the United' States Land Ofa candidate for the Ijnited States Senate, and wa§ bally [beaten. ran for vice-president and was more defeated. you think of your hard luck HKf Lincoln.
SJemas, California [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
SJemas, California V • Dec. 28, 1920 Old Friends of Virginia: Just a line and word of cheer from Sunny California. We are enjoying the best of health, the beautiful sunshine and flowers. It is great tq visit the wonderful in all pai'ts of the -'' 'e the beautiful hills also the great Pacific, lonesome for batiiers. There the nlcasu:. -.-veker&gt; pitch upon thshores. While i * iv.i.’Cf ff t h.v.-f liearis go hack to you at you the beautiful white delightful bobsled rides skating on the ice. BiiyfycHope you had a great ChristNvili liavc a prosperous new We senj * greetings to all. g^^^B ; -"roni a Sunkissed Kid, Mabel Waybright
■HEALTH RESTORED [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
■HEALTH RESTORED BBBBlior.-e was in such run down I thought he would die. BKfefesMling hh.i I &gt;r. L ■&lt; lea r's Stuck HffifShe is as w.-ll as ever and is WMmm )oti huikn.L- a burse as there gBBPus section.”—J. C. Huste, Va. LeGear’s Stock Powders build K||Bt body, vitality and muscular yOU! ' norsts and mules, in-m&lt;-i! 1 wilh less feed, from BflHB. sheep and cattle, ar;d help produce more and richer Mi* Huste’s small expenditure -saved him the price of a horse, Pr, LeGear qan also help you. For 2S years as a Veterinary Surgeon and Expert Poultry Breeder he has devoted himself to the compounding of remedies for ailments of stock and jjoultry. Whenever you have an ailHuit iamonjg your stock or poultry Dr. LeGear Remedy lt must satisfy tui - ■ ;. fumh ■: —° —— v. !}.&gt; fur the nasi as assistant superHpit or the Thornton Fire Brick pla&lt;t f ’, is located at Thornrecently i&gt;een promoted to Mr. Jones is a vetBTn of the world *...
ANOTHER CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
ANOTHER CAMPAIGN At the urgent request of the near East Relief Committee I have accepted the chairmanship of a committee in this county organized and to organized for the purpose of co-operat-ing with the people all over the United States in raising a fund to be used in saving the thousands of people in the Near East from Starvation. These people are Armenians, Syrians and Greeks. Herbert Hoover is in the Near East now for the purpose of a’ding these people and is sending to ihe United Stales urgent messag?s begging for funds. The Near East Committee of the United States is a corporation composed of such men as Herbert Hoover, William Howard 1 Taft and a great many other men of | National fame And this organization guarantees that all funds raisiJJ Ur *he people c* the United will be used for Hie purpose of s.yf W the sufferers in tne Near Eam.^ 'The people cf 11 f.hland ay 1 apkc( ,-ise 7'MOO f«** these X stavviuj people. I h‘i\h c iointe/d au( *‘ re q-.&amp;ted the * »t.g ...
PEPTO-MANAGAN WILL HELP FIGHT COLDS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
PEPTO-MANAGAN WILL HELP FIGHT COLDS Make Up Your Mind to Keep .Free From Colds. Get Your Blood in Good Condition START TAKING PEPTO-MANGAN Now Is the Time to Build Up. You * Will Be Strong This Winter Every house has a supply of fuel for winter. People know cold weather is coming. They get ready for it. How many people get their own bodies ready for winter? Most of us go around all summer in the intense heat burning up energy, working hard all day and sometimes lying awake nights sleepless in the heat. Winter comes along. It catches many people totally unprepared phys ically. Few of us take stock of our health. Whether we will be well, healthy and strong, we often leave too much to chance. But not everybody. Nowadays peo. pie are learning. They know this matter of enjoying good health is a thing they can help control. If you live' right, eat right, get plenty of sleep, breathe fresh air and keep your blood in good condition, you will be all right. It is so simple, If you feel a litt...
DOE HILL, VA. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
DOE HILL, VA. Jan. 4—Xmas has come and gone 1 and wev are again ushered into arj other year, friends who were with* for the yuletide have return^ 1 'J their several duties and we ha’ f ed back into the same old i/” 1 me * Those who spent the h' 1 ‘ their several homes we / 188 v * Pope, who is teaching Elk " Lester Pope, of Huntington. V M ss Nelle Bever/ge, of the ,iacu / of M. H. S.. Matilda Hmei. " ’ * * is teaching i/Crat bottom, Miss Mary Hiner. teaser in private fams.y on Back CrekJS Miss Madge Blagg. teacher at LsJ™» Rock.. Miss khzab* Arm&gt;t/ng. teacher at Sirou K Mei/ Cleda and Mary o/v. of Stauntrvj, x f\ h . jiid. Miss Let.i yf‘ K * „ „ Josiah and Al/dolph Macon Colle |j. sity . fred Eagle, of S p en t a f ew : Miss Genoa with Miss Nelle Bey . days last w I erage - jlaven spent Xmas and New ; his home in Monterey. - \ftiss Minnie Pope left yesterday •.0 visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Roberts, of Radford, Va. Mrs. Dan Hiner has had laryngitis, but is improving. Lit...
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS Don’t forget that your dog tax is payable by February 1, 1921, and unless paid by that time penalty is added under the new law. Taxes to be paid forwith on dogs becoming four months old. The tax is same as last year. Pesons ordering dog tags by mail should enclose a 2c postage stamp for mailing tag. H. M. SLA YEN, Treasr, H, C.
CRABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
CRABBOTTOM / Bellsnakling and shooting ma^V^ s 1 is the order of the day, our are trying to keep up the time spirit during holidays. JMrs. George children, Paul and Virginia with her parents Mr and Swecker, this week. / Henry A. Colaw with his father-in law, William Newton, his son Paul and John Hammer were at camp on a visit last week. They say it was a tune in their lives to be remembered. Miss Rebecca Calhoun sold three hundred dozen eggs in 1920 and one hundred and 50 dollars, chickens three hundred dollars worth turkeys two hundred and 50 dollars worth butter. She wants to know who can beat her. The Stork flew over High Knob, Saturday and left Press Rexrode a New Year baby boy. Early Slate’s baby has pneumonia, also other children are sick with colds, which some seem to think is ‘flu’. Misses Corrine and Pauline Ryder after spending a week here have returned to their home Sunday. Miss Hazel Colaw spent a few days at Franklin with her friends, Misses Dorothy Judy, Janet Carson, ...
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
TRIMBLE Jan. 3. Mr. Editor, hope you have had a merry Christmas and my wishes are for you a prosperous new year and all the readers of the Recorder. Eld. C. B. Gibbs preached an interesting sermons at Wesley Chapel last Sunday. i Boyd Bussard and Miss Carrie Hamilton were Sunday guests of Harvey Waggy’s family. W. S. Hendrickson is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Waggy and daughters. Misses Mary and Minnie' and son Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Waggy and sons, Clement and Paul were guests Wednesday of W. T. Gutshall. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Eagle and family were guests latter part of week of relatives on Monterey Stock Farm. Eustis Bussard and cousin, Boyd Bussard, of Big Valley, were guests of the former’s sister, Mrs. Orvie .Gutshall a couple of nights recently. I There has been several wood-cut-tings around during holidays, some who have had them are Messrs G. A. Robertson, Eld. Jas. W. Gardner, Arthur Varner and Bolten Gutshall. Messrs Addison Guts...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
NOTICE "be annual meeting of the Highland County National Farm Loan Association will be held in Monterey, Ya., Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1921. All members are requested to be present as this is an important meeting, officers etc, being elected for the ensuing year. J. A. Whitelaw Sec.-Treasr, O —*yNOTICE All owners of automobiles and trucks who have not already obtained or applied for 1921 license tags should do so at once The license on all auto vehicles will be closely looked after during season. No excuse considered after February Ist. W. N. Bird, S.H.C A CARD OF THANKS We, the inmates of ‘‘Carry-On-Cot-tage,’' ?y}sh to express our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to the Society of tfie Presbyteflaq church, in Monterey (or all tHe good things they have sent us. They have filled our pantry with good things and our hearts with gladness. Ada Patterson, Cornelia Sites
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
r&gt;i— »r&gt;. --sncan I FOR INSURANCE fire: ACCIDENT AND FIDUCIARY BONDS J. F. McNultv, Agt Monterey, va. D | s i Clearance Sale I 5 There is a wonderful sale going iFashion Shop, South Spruce street. c Owing to the wonderful drop ii ■we are selling at half price. Just | suits, one-piece dresses, shifts, aw( ewaists, traveling hags. shoe§ apd ■ every thhig in the shon at a
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
NOTICE Beginning Jan. Ist, 1921, I will offer my entire stock of gods at cost for cash or produce only. Please do not ask for credit, for*all will be treated alike. Please call .and settle old accounts. Thanking one and all for past patronage, and a continuance of same. G. D. SWADLEY o Notice to Shareholders There will be a meeting of the shareholders of The First National Bank of Highland at its banking house at Monterey, Virginia, om Tues day the 11th, day of January, 1921, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and to transact any other business that may properly come before this meeting. J. C- Matheny, Cashier
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
oAbi —which mean*' like “111” r your none/ ba THE II We have purchased from low prices; about $20,000.00 Woolen Blankets, Russet Sho coats, Coats, Breeches, Trousei HAD in this Country and in tremely low prices—he sure some real bargains and every THE ARMY ANi (106 South August St £TAI7I Cfloos! AS AFi I Ii “Some (riendsl some by contract, some by souls,** w fl Yes, and some Select your watch fJ ment may help you. D. L SWITZI are made by tu &gt;me by interest 5 Jeremy Taylor re made by ■ service. Our |R. JEWELE When there is anything [wrong with serially you see a medcal doctor, wisdom. | When there is somcthin| wrong wii you should see °a *ca doctor.’ 1 is wisdom \ r Big accidents are often clusedby lj in your car. But if w| go over casionally, the cause o| those a&lt; be removed. * We correct all defects quickly, effiq inexpensively. The sconer we it costs, for a little defect big one tomorrow \ NICELYB
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
++ + + 4“f+ ++++ + &gt;4 I ui FINGER SIEGEL CO. Cass, W. Va. JANUARY 10TB 9A. M. Riches $1.25 All Wool Socks 89c Going; Out of Busines TOCK FIXTURES AM© BUILDING FOR APS i Owing to the iact that Mr. Siegel who has had active charge of this store is retiring we are i vy : i°/ c t0 s 9 ont i nue this business as soon as possible regardless of the losses we ascertain. biegel will also sacrifice his household furniture including a first class piano. Terms of 45c sale cash, each sale final. r $25,000 Worth of Reliable Merchandise Consisting [dies. Mens, Boys, Girls and childrens Clothing, Shoes, Hats, underwear and furnishings of all kinds, also Dry Goods, Trunks and Suit Cases at Guigham Assorted lily -2c Mr. Merchant, Mr. Jobber, Mr. Consumer, and Mr. Real Estate Man, this is your opportunity. Get on the job. ALE CO worth up to brands 45&lt; Outing Flannel Worth for 12 l-2c Walk Over Shoes For The Entire Family ► V A! floss v Ilian Cost SHOES AND OXFORDS BOYS HIGH TOP S...